Faust - early bird tickets now on sale

Early Bird Tickets for the performances on 21 & 22 February are now available for just £22. But don’t delay – book before before 30 November to take advantage of this fantastic offer.

Or call Jane’s ticket hotline on 01935 475219

Charles-François Gounod’s operatic masterpiece ‘Faust’ dates from 1859. Bath Opera’s magnificent production is laden with drama, wit, theatricality and soaring melodies including favourites such as The Jewel Song, Soldier’s Chorus and ‘Le veau d’or’.

Discover the gripping story of Faust, a man hell bent upon winning his heart’s desires at any cost, even his soul..

Against a background of civil war, a community steeped in tradition and challenged by technological changes, stage director Dave Key-Pugh sets this spectacular opera in the present day, somewhere in deepest Europe.


‘The opera is gorgeously tuneful and tells the story of Faust, a man who makes an unlikely deal with the devil.’  TimeOut


Faust is an ageing scholar. Disappointed with life, he makes a deal with the devil. Lured into temptation by the demonic Méphistophélès, he trades his morality for the earthly pleasures life has to offer.

However, Faust’s world begins to fall apart as he comes to realise that dealing with the devil is never as straightforward as it may at first seem!

Remember: you can also book over the phone via Jane’s hotline on 01935 475219 

Bath Opera: Faust 

20 – 22 February 2020

Faust:  Robert Felstead
Mephistopheles:  John DesLauriers
Marguerite:  Hannah Drury
Valentin:  Rick Fitzsimmons
Siebel:  Harriet Kirk
Wagner:  Edward Harper
Marthe:  Gill Clark

Musical Director:  Rupert Drury
Stage Director:  Dave Key-Pugh

Early Bird tickets: reductions of £5 per ticket for Friday and Saturday performances only, available until 30 November. 

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